Our life giving star, the Sun, has unleashed three large filaments - one on 11 May and two on 13 May. A CME impact is expected on 16 May due to these filament eruptions. Geomagnetic conditions are expected to be
[caption id="attachment_4214" align="alignleft" width="300"] Satellite image indicates the extent of damage in Durban from recent floods.[/caption] In April 2019, The Durban region of South Africa received heavy rainfall which resulted in the flooding of various part of the eThekwini Metropolitan Municipality.
[caption id="attachment_4094" align="alignleft" width="300"] SANSA scientists conducting field calibration and validation[/caption] SANSA have been engaged in Calibration and Validation (CAL/VAL) activities in Harrismith, Bothaville and Cathedral Peak Pilot sites in Free State and KwaZulu-Natal during March and will continue into April
[caption id="attachment_4077" align="alignleft" width="289"] Sentinel-1 SAR satellite data showing the extent of floods over Mozambique (19/03/2019)[/caption] Satellite based Earth observation can play a pivotal role in the disaster and risk management life cycle, particularly in supporting disaster preparedness, emergency response, rescue,
SANSA hosted a delegation from the Russian State Space Corporation (ROSCOSMOS) at Hartebeeshoek.
Jean-Pascal Le Franc,CNES Director of Planning, International Relations and Quality and Dr Valanathan Munsami, CEO of SANSA signing the MoU
Join the SANSA team in Hermanus for this fascinating public talk by the Director General of the European Space Agency. Don’t miss out on this opportunity - book your space now!